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Want to write for us?

We’re always looking for passionate people to contribute to Technical Articles including Latest Tech news, Android or iOS news,  Linux, OpenSource News, How To Guides, Security, InfoSec, Ransomware and /or similar niches, to our digital portfolio of technology publications.

How can writing for us benefit you?

We are a consumer technology site with a great aim and ambition and we are constantly growing. If you contribute today then you could get your portfolio as you were a part of something big from a very early stage and helped to grow the community. It would show off your leadership and dedication for work and moreover, at a later stage, you will earn for all the articles you have written. You get complete credits for the articles you share and also a backlink to the original article or your website. You can read about us here.

Sooner or later writing for us is an excellent profile raiser for both you and your company. We share all our articles across numerous social accounts giving you visibility from hundreds of thousands of people within your specialized sector.

How often would you need to write for us?

You can write for us as much or as little as you want; could be once a month, three times a month or just once a year. It’s completely up to you.

So get in contact…

Whatever your specialty in the technology industry, we’d love to hear from you. Contact write [at] malc0de.org to discuss potential topic areas. We look forward to hearing from you. You can even fill the form below.

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RoT: Ransomware of Things

Major security breaches have hit headlines the past year, their severity ranging from infecting a few hundred to a few million users. We have seen much variety, like holding sensitive data hostage for ransom, DDoS attacks, and various exploitations of IoT devices. Sadly, this trend will continue to rise if security remains a secondary concern. ESET researchers predict the next step in the evolution of malware could be a cross between the known approaches. This new uprising, termed “Jackware”, is ransomware designed to target…